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TMR WEEKLY HERALD, APRIL I98.
A I I 1 z V PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J, J. IIANNA, Disease! of Eye, Ear. Not nd Throat, Glaaaea Fitted. Room i 7 ami 3. Hivins Huildlug N. J. WADE, Attorneyat-Law, Krolda Bldtf.rt. WrH,Tu Practice in State ami Federal Courts, DunintM of non-residents Riven per coal atleution. S. V. Phone iSo. A SUCCESS ? Yes! the New (jelser Steam 'low is a success In every 'articular. 'I hose who have ten it say, no more disc lowing.' It Is at work five iilles cast of Amarillo better go and see it if Interested or write N. A. GRAY Amarillo, Texas Registered Hereford Cattle FOR SALE Three Dull.s and Ten head of She Stuff. For Trices write F. ?. Reiil, Mobectie, Texas SACHSE S IVEY LAND, CATTLE AND INSURANCE CEMTS Vega Townslte Co. C. A. SACHSE J. N. IVEY Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone or otherwise to call for your package, we don't say "All Right," and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call tho same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliver the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and promptser vice does the combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. Troy Steam Laundry, Phone 42, NELSON & DRAUGHON Business College Fort Worth. Teiet, fuaranteca to teach fou book kieping and banking in from eight to tun weeks, and ihorthand In as ihort time at anjr flrt-clas coilene. Pontlona secured or money refunded. Nol accepted lor tuition. For catalogue address J. W. DKAUOHON, Preaident, Suth and Main Streets. Fort Worth, Teisv " , Of Interest To Women. J To such women si are not seriously out ft healthVbut wbo have exacting duties In perforiA either In the way of house add caresor In social duties and funo llrW whichWrlously tax their strength, sweVurslng mothers. Dr. Pierce's Favorite PiVrlptlon has proved a most valuable suprtlng tonle and Invigorat ing nervine. By Its timely e, much fcrlnu slcVnCU ltl"1 suerlng maybe enlrtn Tfio operstliig table and the TrTXy Vnlfe, wouldlt-.lalH.levcn: .IHn loin have, to he en ployed If this mot r..i.i.ia .umn- retneilv were " rcstir: to In ffCKHl time, i ne-t avonie i rescnr tlonHh 8 proven a great boon to expccian mothers by preparing toe system ior tne coming of baby, thereby rendering child birth safe, easy, and almost painless. Bear In mind, please that Dr. Pierce'i Favorite Prescription Is not a secret or patent medicine, against which the most Intelligent people are quite naturally averse, bocause of the uncertainty as to their composition and harmlosscharacter, but IS a MEP1CIKK OF KNOWN COMPOSI TION, a full list of all Its Ingredients being printed, In plain English, on every bottle wrapper. An examination of this list of Ingredients will disclose the fact that It Is non-alcoholic. In Its composition, chemic ally pure, triple-refined glycerine taking the placo of tho commonly used alcohol, lu Its mako-np. In this connection It may not bo out of place to state that the Favorlto Prescription" of Dr. Pierce is the only medicine put up for the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses and ail ments, and sold through druggists, t,l the Ingredients of which have the un animous endorsement of all the lending medical writers and teachers of &1I the several schools of practice, and that t.p - as remedies for tho silmonts for which ' "Favorite Prescription" Is recommende.1. A little book of these endorsement will be sent to any adilroBS, post-paid, and absolutely free If you request same by postal card, or letter, of Dr. U. V Plorce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation. Constipation Is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you sure the disease. Easy w take as candy. m JUJGE WILLUM PO NDEXIER DEFENDS SENATOR BkILEY (Continued From Page Six.) . lng presume that a mau ilka Francln, known everywhere as an honorable, upright citizen, a former governor of the great state o( Missouri, would conic to Texas and perjure bis soul In a matter of this kind or any other? IQ addition to this Senator Bailey himself swore emphatically and posl tlvely that ho requested Governor Francis to pay pierce this money and to'forward hlra the draft and the due bill, and that Frauds did pay the money and forward tho draft and the due bill, aud that he repaid the money to Governor Francis. Tnat r.ercn qui recede tnis money irom . Halley thro.iRh Governor French Hf have not tho shade or shadow of a doubt upon my mind. If human test. Imony can he believed, Bailey re paid the ll.HOO draft and the $3,300 due hill to Mr. Pierce through Fran cis. TIs true the honks of the Wa tera Plerco Oil company fall to show that Plerco repaid the money to the company and leave tho Inference that Plerco appropriated tho money 'o his own use. Now, Senator Bailey swears that after tho IS oon note fell duo he borrowed 124.000 from j a St. Louis bank, and with nnrt cf this money pold off aud discharged the (5.000 note. Stolen XoJo. He further testifies that ho de manded of Mr. Pierce a return of the note, but that Tierce Informed hini thut he was unablo to find It. J D. Johnson, tho attorney of Pierce, swears that some time after he heard Bailey call upon Tierce for the 8,. 000 note, r 1 1 n p that he had paid It off and ought to have It, and that Plerco replied that he had been un ablo to find tho note, but would make further search and send It to him. Now, the failure of Pierce to find the note and turn the same over to Bailey Is explained by the evidence of Gruett, who admitted that he had taken this 18,000 note from the flleg of tho company and held It In his possession, and hence Pierce was unable to find the note and return It to Bailey. Now, 'tis true that tho books of the company do not show that Pierce repaid the $8,000 In money to the company. This, however, affords no presump tion that Senator Bailey bad not paid the money to Pierce, because It Is evident that Pierce kept the money paid him by Francis, and It Is not unreasonable or unnatural that be j should keep the S,000 paid him by! Tierce. So I conclude that the evidence establishes beyond controversy and I beyond the shade of a shadow of doubt that these were loans made by Pierce to Bailey, and that Bailey repaid every cent of the loans. TIs true, tho opponents of Bailey contend that It was not business-like for Pierce to loan Bailey money without security. They say Bailey was In- solvent. In loo-alng back over myjtnfm a of money , h ,fe. own life I can recall thousands upon thousands of dollars I have borrow ed in the city of Cleburne, and I never at any time placed any kind of security behind my note. I bor rowed money on my own signature when I vvKs absolutely insolvent, but I repaid every dollar I borrowed, and therefore I do not regard It strange or improbable that Bailey was able to borrow money from Pierce or any one else upon his own signature and without security. Pierce's Telegram to Flnley. The question is asked over and over by the antl.Balley orators: Why did Pierce wire Flnley, the vice president of the Waters-Pierce Oil company, June 12, 1900: "If John son approves, authorize Bailey to loan Strlbbllng 11,500. Bailey should ,cutors to repent or atone for any of quiet Texas parties?" if Bailey was j fense given or wrong committed, I not the paid attorney of Pierce? My do not believe that one wrong justl answer is that the evidence does not f,ea Rnther wrong. I do not believe disclose the reasons actuating Pierce tnat two wrongs can make a ri"ht. In sending this telegram. We do believe it Is our duty to extend to know that In the negotiations at Senator Pulley the same charity we Waco Pierce proposed to pay to wn"lu elnlm for ourselves or show Stri'bling and others $3,000 as an to others, viewed In the llcht of the attorney's fee. The evidence also f'Prv ordeal through which Senator shows that Strlbllng wanted his men- Pl'y hnd na"d and from wbl-b 'ey and was threatening to put tb company Into the hands of a receiver (and It Is an admitted fact that Sen- jator Bailey had Interested himself in the compromise of the-e cases, and It may have been suggested to Pferee by some of his attorneys that Strlb- ling would he satisfied with a tern- porarv loan of nne.hnlf ls fn nnd actlrnr npoji tM sii7o,tlrin Tirno mav is)i'p) cent to t"Vr"t"i T" ev idence shows fhr nf'l nrt pt,,, asreed to loprt "iinv n mnp no IK. OOn, H flrtvnnep tn BMtr 3 . " 3 0 f that dr, and PIW to r- irel ed It. SP TWpree) wf" ''' St'o" x. , vised that Bailey would draw on hi do tor $l,iou and tbert'tuiu lie Bint tula Integrum to tu oiIku of. Uio io.ii puny, Inti-i cling tlui It buuuU ! iu tho buala of a voucher auuoruinit tlie paynieut of the amount to 1'lt no by the company. 1 believe this coa. elusion la clearly Justfled hy the evl denes becuuse the evidence shows that very time plerco mudo a loau to Dalluy ho passed Bailey's note or drat Into tho oil company and had a voucher made which Justified the treasurer of the company to pay the amount to Pierce. It Is not pretend- ed that but one $l,&00 draft was ever drawn or paid by tho company, nor was there 'but one voucher made covering a $1,500 draft. The evl- denco shows that June 13. 1!00. Dal- ley drew a draft at flalnsvllle. Texas, In favor of the Red Klvor National linns oD H-C. Pierce for II. GOO. and nilMl,v b,nno(1 PrH(f fnr thp Hrnolint thnt y Th oU books f hp RJvp ynt!onn) nf Cplnrsvlllo were Introduced In evl- dence. and these hooka shn-H thsf this draft was drawn by Flalley that duy and the amount placed to his credit on tlm books una cuuckcU out oy Utility in uu oiau.uiy tuurso ol o,h.i.ths lu tiaiiiesvilie, and not one cent of It went to ilenry or tinlmlur;. Tins was evidently the dratt Hut was attached to the Henry & Btrib. ling voucher. This Is the draft paid off by Governor Francis and detach- , w. .,mw... m.ri itetlvereit to Francis by Pierce and by Francis to Bailey. The letter of Francis to Bailey of date Nov. 22, 1900, Inclos- ed to Bailey the $3,300 note and Sen- ator Bailey's sight draft on Plerco dated Gainesville. Texas, Juno 13. 1300, for 11,500. This shows con- clusively that the 11.500 draft at - tached to the Strlbllng & Henry voucher was the draft drawn by Bal. ley on Plerco and which Francis paid off for Bailey. I was never able to understand just why Bailey's draft would be attached to a Ilenry & Strlbllng voucher unless It was for , the purpose of showing on the books of the company that this money was advanced for the benefit of the com-1 pany with the view ot deceiving the, company and enabling Pierce to re - ce..e the money from the company which he did In every Instance, and In never a single Instance did he pay a cent of It back to the company. Beiof. Cleburne to preach this as It may, there Is not a particle was, "The Borrower Is Servant to f evidence showing or tending to ' the Lender." He argued that Bailey show that Bailey had any knowledge 'had borrowed money from Pierce ac of this telegram at the time It was Icordlng to his own admission, and ac sent by Plorce to Flnley, nor that he 'cording to the Bible and the text ever heard of It until It was made , quoted Bailey was admittedly the public ln the winter of 1906. There servant of the lender. Under this is no evidence that Bailey ever re-1 law upon default ln payment tho ceived from. II. C Pierce or from the lender could take possession of the Waters Pierce Oil comnanv $1,500 borrower and have him Imprisoned or any other amount to be loaned to Strlbllng or to Henry &"StrlblIng. There Is no evldenco that Ballev ever paid or loaned $1,500 or any other amount to Strlbllng or Henry & Strlbllng. On tho contrary See'tor Balloy swears that he never received any sum of money to bo loaned or pnld to Henry or Strlbllng, and that he never paid or loaned them a cent, and both Henry and Strlbllng testify r,n , a a itini uuiir.r urvri ivttucu ui 1'rini Yet In the face of the record. In the old Mosaic law. This Is not the law face of all of this evidence, the ene- now thank God. It has been re mles of Bailey have persistently clr. pealed by many statutes written In ciliated and published this telegram blood and ln no state In the Amerl broadeast over Texas ns evidence of jean union can a man today 'be Im hls g"ilt, knowfn that there Is not a 1 prisoned for debt or forced to work scintilla of evidence to support the It out as the servant of the lender. charge. Bailey's Offense. But they say Bailey laid down the gage of battle and Invited this new conrRf. hv Iho tsnperh hn rtollvornri the legislature after his acqulttal. Fellow citizens, I believed then, I 'be lieve now that speech was Ill-advised. I believed It was a mistake. I did not then Indorse It, I do not now Indorse It. Bocause iby it he left no chance for his persecutors and prose- he emer-red when he ma-lo this speech, I seriously doubt If fiere Is 8 m!,n in Texas who, in the absenoo f ,h' r.iot lersWent warnlrtr eid p',vlr of the m"st eonoervoti-r. fe'erK rmtM -"t h iv )Ppn Fliutv f eifo t-tonrr.ttor, -'in..- t'-'rv ef h p.,.. t-'-1 rr.A ... !. .11 corruptly accepting fpp fmn Purk i;uriit'tt of Fill Worth;; he was ac- tuted of aciepliiii I '. fnmi J. H. rfugti; ho as a' tu '.! ui uarpilug fees from Judge Llndce of Uahics- villi-; Le .was accused of corruptly accepting fees from S'b Williams of Pnrls, Tcmis. All tlieso char -es In- volved tho violation of feleral law and the deepest corruption In public offleo. Not only that, but be was charged with debauching the prima- rles held nt Au tln hv the corrupt nro of money, and yet not one par- tlcle of evli'i-re -r o'fer'd In sup-! port rf theve terrible crime,. and the wltncseea miTimnrH to support them were net offered bv t!e position, but "'ere piped upn the stand nn. dor the direction rf the committee and testified to their fntilty. Place yourselves In Fenator Bailey's shoes, nnd Imnnlne how you would have felt, and what you would have said under the same circumstances. As f ri i r m ! rtot man you must admit that Hnllcy had a dozen provocations for every offense given In that Bpeech. General M. M. Crane. I heard the speech delivered by General Crane in this courthouse last Monday. I bead him announce tho scriptural doctrine that 'No man can serve two masters." He applki this doctrine to Senator Dalley. He assumed that Senator Bailey was the attorney of a public service corpo- rntlon and that therefore the corno- ration was his master and that he had ceased to servo the people. I thou thought and yet think that If this assumption was true as to Sen- .Will I vote for Senator Bailey five ator Bailey, It was equally true as.0"" 'rom ioA WW I vote to General Crane. General Crane v years from today? is the admitted attorney jf many I say to you that I will agree to vote 1 corporations and the attorney of re- for no man five years In advance. I cord of the Millers' trust. If, there- j sree to vote against no man fore. Bailey's client was bis master, , flv year rm t0lay- Bailey may crane s c ents are now nis masters and he is the acknowledged servant of many corporations and at lea it one trust, hut he failed to tell the people that he stood here In the ser. vice of his masters and not In the service of the people and as the mouthpiece of the corporations and trusts of Texas was advising them how to vote In the coming primaries. General Crane made another scrip-1 turai quotation and left It as a text from which he asked the ministers That text' or forco him to work out the debtlvlrtue "ecution Issued out of ! as his servant Just like a criminal can be forced to work out his fine upon our poor farm Borrower and Lfcidcr. The language quoted by General Crane Is taken from Proverbs vll, 22, the whole verse reading as follows: The rich ruleth over the poor and the borrower Is servant to the len - der." This language was used by c, . .v... w. k'tMumuii a tuuunauu jcaio uciuio christ 8nd was a quotation from the Not only the person but much of the property of the debtor under the new dispensation and under the laws of civilization are exempt from the tyranny of the creditor and the bor. , rower I. no longer the servant of the i lender. This doctrine of General Crane, exhumed from the relics of the bar barous and dead past should bo re ceived as an Insult by every poor man who Is forced by his environ ment to borrow money from the vaults of the bank or from the treas ury of the rich. I appeal to tho great army of debtors ln Johnson county and throughout Texas, to know If they are the hod carriers and dirt daubers of th banks and the money lenders of this country. If you are, then go to the noils Miy 2 rid like dumb driven slaves, vote at the behest cf your masters ajralnst thu honor and Integrity of Joe Bnl ley, with U'ose who reprepent and defend the mll'ers' triiFt end the mo'-ver trust and the bnn-o-ter trust, and UTilnFt the m"n w'o hs1 st"nd 'bv voti n everv off'lil "t ef M I'fe t'-'viith M 'or? career as congress men end eer."tor. Iti'r.riiig Fi.lse Witness. Fcl'.iw citizens, we hae heard !i!U"h f: m the anti-Bailey orators .".;o;ii ti e teaching of the STl'itures, i.t t'ey luive forgotten to .tell us that wMle C'irH was upnn earth. Ho ':ild: "Thou shalt not bear false wit. pern." "Jud -e not that ye be not fndffcd. For wlfi r-' nt Judgment ye J'i'"jr3, ye shall to JutlgeJ. Why bc- iiohltsl thou the mote In ttiy brotu- er t t-yu. but cuutUirebt uot the ... . m In thine own e: e?" liny for- ret to tell on that when Christ .a np.m earth lie w us reviled and per- ,-ecuteil; He was denouueed as a bins- pliemrr. He was charged with trea- fon and acrured of the ambition to a"iime the dldntorshlp over the Ro- nisn empire, and thoush protesting III Innocence to the last lie was ron- demned and crucified uron the cross hctreen two thieves. , While I do not rlslm thnt P""r!rr rtnl'ev ponrcssed the x Irt.'os of Chi M and while I admit he has hn ruHty of Irdl-cretlons and mlKtslte. l be- lleve he hn been true to Ms poorle and that all of hla mistakes have been honest ones. I believe he Is bcln reviled and persecuted and pursued beyond the limits of any political warfare known in the history of the clvllUeJ world. lie Is one of the greatest statesmen of his day, one of the brightest cou- Btitutlonal lawyers In America, and If l-'t lono he will yet render great aud valuable sen ice to bis people and Ills country. lie Is our senator nd will be for five long years. We owe It to him, we owe It to ourselves, ' owe It to our state to stand by Mm as our representative whilst he holds his position and not shoot him l the back while he Is on duty as our sentinel and our leader. The pur- P"b ft una ar m ies is io ao- "a io aiscrecm a senator irom Texas, and when you do It you dls- uumr. . ,ur ei.te, i-" - ... ! toda'p- Man J0" aud 1 ma be dead and beyond the reach of the tongue of reproach and slander five yor.rs from today. Great revolutions may have come within that time. The political friends of Bailey today may be his political enemies then, and his bitterest political foe today may walk to the polls and vote for him then. If five years from today Bal- " B"""" luot "a ue"n , Ithful to his trust and to his peo- ' 1 "sree w,in Dlm unn me political issues tnen involved, anti a better and abler man does not offer as his opponent, I shall vote for Bal. advt. Amarillo, Texas., March 20, 1908. To E. J. Witt, Esq., Amarillo, Texas. Dear Sir: You are hereby notified that by the county court of Potter county, Texas, on the 19th day of March, A. D. 1908, In cause of A. M. Works vs. E. J. Witt No. 623. rendered on July 27th, 1907, and placed ln my hands on March 20, 1908, I have on this dayAat 10:40 a. m. levied u""" l,,D "- wir eri7 B,uiniea ,n ier j n8' to'wlt: Lots One, Two and Three la Block Three of Lakevlew Addl- tlon to Amarillo, Texas, according to the plat of said addition as it ap pears of record in the office of the county clerk of Potter county, Texas, located about one mile southwest of the courthouse of satd county, as your property, and will on the 5th day of May, A. D. 1908, same being the first Tuesday ln said month, Bell same at public auction before the courthouse door of Potter county, Texas. The amount of Judgment be ing $167.10 and costs $11.55. No tice of said sale will be given ln the Amarillo Herald, published In Ama rillo, Texas. J. E. HUGHES. Sheriff, Potter County, Texas. By Frank E. Buckingham, Deputy. 13 3o DR. A. .1. CAT.nWI TX. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. New Carson building. Amarillo, Texas. Antomoblle For Sale. ""Good 'second-hand .antmno'Io "Northern" for sale. In fair ehipe. Must sell ot once. Fill? informa tion nnd prlcp pnt on rpinef. Wr'to VALi MILLER. PorUIcs, N. M. THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY THE FISH BRAND SLICKER Is the man who has tried to c,ct the same service out of some other muke nn Ll'.iM-DimM'i n'Miticd Vi'uterpiool ana io.ii Lvi-ryivliu ot m''r.fT riiofi 1 r Ot ilMillO Bank and . Trust Co. Amarillo, Texas fr---. aid 8 lili'rv .v-p.wvimT ,w f;..'ff .;;i''';;''-''' ' . The Tonic Properties of Old Whislley are recopnlzed by all physicians ol standing whiskey to ba medicinally pure must be the real article such a whiskey is Sunny Brooli TIE PURE.FOOD Wilis key It is distilled in the Rood old honest Kentucky way and Its rare mellowness and richness of flavor comes only from years l perfect ageing. Every bottle is sealed with the Government ''Green Stamp" upon which is clearly printed the exact Age, Proof and Quantity of whiskey within each bottle. CEUYEO DIRECT TO YOU EXPRESS PREPAID BY ANY OF THE FOLLOWING DISTRIBUTERS: 1 La Craddook & H. Brann & Co., Shipped hi plain bote. n Bottles $n n Bottles $E M l-Sth Oalion M 1 F ! Sft II By. .f Bourboe Lf U BoBfb.e KJ nwioeuiHipi'viw.v.vv CIIAS. W. SANGER LAND COMPANY CHOICE FAKHANDLE LANDS ANO CITY PROPERTY 150,000 ACRES FOR SALE Corner Third and Polk Sis, Opposite Amaeillo Hotel FOR SALE Y'e ahve a number of bargain a to offer to buyers for good rletf level farm lands, both In 160, 320 and section tracts, well located as to railroads towns, schools, etc., and on good rea sonable terms. Also some large tracts that I can sell at whole sale prices. A good 6-roora brick and stone residence located in th hoart of St. Louis, Mo., to trade for good level Panhandle land If you have good, rich level plains land to sell, list it wlti me. I hunt bargains, and find BUYERS. Come to THE PANHANDLE, the country ef Hogs and tu- falfa. Fortune Knocks at jour to be sufficient. i. .iF..eijg-TM!-jLiJj,.l-i:iL.,a U'UL SAV UILI-the COUGH and cuuii th2 i.unc3 " Dr. Kiss's IM Blsseuery CK3 vvrrv. an., ti (VI Tflm Buttla (rt AND Hit TKnOAT ABO tUM jT30liflLE3. GUARANTEED 8 AflSFAUXOiil OB JtLOHLY y.rEJUDi:a. I'? Capital, $50,000 . Benking Departal Ample capital. Reliable and prompt service. No account too small. None too large. Interest paid on time deposits. Trust Department Make your will and name thia company as your exe utor. It is better to leave your business in the hand of an In stitution that will not die, nor abscond, nor resign. L-vo your will in our vault for safe keeping, Consult a confidentially about this Important mutter. Valuable papers kept for you free. j. C. Paul. Pres. Ray. Whtatler, Cashier. Avery Turner, V.Prea, Coat, A. FUk. Jr. Seo. "wwirS""-,-'; fK'i. w " sV1-. . W (AyHaMeMI eBesaaeWll esMMIefatlH ' f Co,, Dallas, Tex Fort Worth, Tex Send remitter with your rder, floor. A word to the wise ought I'M i.r 3. V.S-""-' The Price of Health. "The price of health In a malarious district Is Just 25 cents; the cost of a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills." writes Ella Slayton, of Noland, Ark. New Life Pills cleanse gentlv and im part new life and vigor to the sys tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed at L. O. Thompson & Bro., drug gists. 13 lm FOTl SALE Mules 3 and 4 years old. Will trad0 for other prop erty. A. M. Potter, 179 tfo i' L fMMMMMAa,aiataaaia.aaaii v,fi.evj.eia.. a - e ,f V.J